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In a historical move, the European Parliament has urged the European Commission to propose the first-ever EU law to bols...
21/09/2020
Roma integration: EU must do more against social exclusion and anti-gypsyism | News | European Parliament

In a historical move, the European Parliament has urged the European Commission to propose the first-ever EU law to bolster the inclusion of Romani people in the EU.
Among others, the report calls for equal and equitable access to education, Romani arts, language and culture and specifically "calls on the Member States to promote Romani language, culture and history, in school curricula, museums and other forms of cultural and historical expression, and recognize the contribution of Romani culture as part of the European Heritage; calls on the Member States to develop coherent and consistent measures, with appropriate budgets to stimulate, support and promote the Romani arts and culture, to research and conserve the material and intangible heritage of the traditional Romani culture and to revive and promote Romani traditional crafts."
More details here:
https://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room/20200910IPR86837/roma-integration-eu-must-do-more-against-social-exclusion-and-anti-gypsyism

Structural anti-gypsyism must end, say MEPs, who demand measures to ensure Romani people have equal access to housing, education, healthcare and employment.

✨INNOVATION PROGRAM FUND GRANTEES✨ERIAC is proud to present the project "Mesélő fák - Storytelling trees" lead by Klára ...
17/09/2020

✨INNOVATION PROGRAM FUND GRANTEES✨

ERIAC is proud to present the project "Mesélő fák - Storytelling trees" lead by Klára Lakatos, supported by the ERIAC Arts and Culture Innovation Program Fund (https://eriac.org/eriac-arts-and-culture-innovation-program/)

"Mesélő fák - Storytelling trees" is a project that conducts creative workshops with Roma and non-Roma children and youth strengthening creativity, solidarity, knowledge and friendship, through learning about Roma cultural heritage.

The project introduces children to the world of stories and beliefs, customs and characteristics of Roma people. The participants become the creators of the process of cognition; this makes their attitudes, personal- and community relationships more open.

Klara uses the metaphor of a tree to symbolize the process of the workshops. The tree stands for the eternal cycle of development, for the relationship with the universe, the genus and the family. Her workshops highlight the individual similarities and differences through the world of Romani tales.

Klára Lakatos: https://www.facebook.com/klara.lakatos.31

#EriacInnovationProgram #InnovationProgram #InnovationFund #Eriac #EuropeanRomaInstituteForArtsAndCulture

✨INNOVATION PROGRAM FUND GRANTEES✨ERIAC is proud to present the project Jurnalo Romano lead by Gabor Iancu, supported by...
15/09/2020
Jurnalo Romano

✨INNOVATION PROGRAM FUND GRANTEES✨

ERIAC is proud to present the project Jurnalo Romano lead by Gabor Iancu, supported by the ERIAC Arts and Culture Innovation Program Fund (https://eriac.org/eriac-arts-and-culture-innovation-program/)

Jurnalo Romano is a cultural show in Romanes with and about Roma, this video is the 02 edition "Caldarari Roma" with Irina Dutu and Vasile Copot as guests.

You can check it out in the following channels:

🌐Website: http://www.jurnaloromano.ro/
⏯️YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN_FhiqFuAhYhKx6qCgBFzw

Gabor Iancu: https://www.facebook.com/gabor.iancu.3

#EriacInnovationProgram #InnovationProgram #InnovationFund #Eriac #EuropeanRomaInstituteForArtsAndCulture

15/09/2020
Deutscher Schauspielpreis

🎉 CONGRATULATIONS 🎉

Alina Serban is the winner in the Actress category in a starring role in Gipsy Queen

We are proud to have Alina as a member of ERIAC, grantee of the Innovation Program and winner of the 1st Tajsa Roma Cultural Heritage Prize.

Preisträgerin in der Kategorie Schauspielerin in einer Hauptrolle: Alina Șerban in Gipsy Queen

Laudator: Jörg Schüttauf

#dsp2020 #deutscherschauspielpreis #BFFS #lamaisonvsf
#AUDI #AudiCityBerlin #AudiMovieFleet #TikTok

09/09/2020
Roma Reality: APPLY NOW to self-employment income support scheme

✨INNOVATION PROGRAM FUND GRANTEES✨

ERIAC is proud to present the project “Roma Reality” lead by Aluna Lepadatu, supported by the ERIAC Arts and Culture Innovation Program Fund (https://eriac.org/eriac-arts-and-culture-innovation-program/)

“Roma Reality” is an initiative that was created to foster knowledge production and transfer, as well as to promote collaboration within different Roma (GRT) groups, Roma-led charities and similar media initiatives around the world. The online video program reflects the ERIAC's statute art 2.1, promoting human rights and intercultural dialogue aiming at tackling anti-Gypsyism and discrimination against Roma.

The video is dedicated to the Self-employment income support scheme application in the United Kingdom - this is a compilation and translation into Romanes of the official information about the scheme from the governmental website. The video aims at supporting (eligible) Roma people in the UK to be aware of and to apply to the scheme.

Aluna Lepadatu: https://www.facebook.com/victoria.most.376

Video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ch2o67S3XWY

#EriacInnovationProgram #InnovationProgram #InnovationFund #Eriac #EuropeanRomaInstituteForArtsAndCulture

this blog initiative is supported by ERIAC

Exhibition FUTUROMA at Villa Romana until 16 October 2020!FUTUROMA at Villa Romana, Florence with Daniel Baker, Celia Ba...
04/09/2020

Exhibition FUTUROMA at Villa Romana until 16 October 2020!

FUTUROMA at Villa Romana, Florence with Daniel Baker, Celia Baker, Jan Berry, Marcus Gunnar Petterson, Ödön Gyügyi, Billy Kerry, Klára Lakatos, Delaine Le Bas, Valerie Leray, Emilia Rigová, Marketta Sestakova, Selman Selma, Dan Turner, Alfred Ullrich, László Varga

Eriac is active again in real-life international programming, after many virtual cultural endeavors.

In our present unprecedented, uncertain and unpredictable times, the rare events which bring art, people and cultures together ensure that we remain in connection, hopeful and capable of planning a future in collaboration and art!
Villa Romana presents FUTUROMA!

Congratulations to the curator Daniel Baker, and the artists to this adaptation of the 2019 Venice Biennial’s FUTUROMA PAVILION.

ERIAC thanks the partners Villa Romana, director, Angelika Stepken, The Museum of Romani Culture Brno for making this possible.

#romamoma with Robert Gabris, Isaac Blake, Angelika Stepken

https://www.villaromana.org/front_content.php?idcat=69&idart=1500&lang=1I

ROMA CULTURAL HISTORY INITIATIVE (RCHI)https://eriac.org/roma-cultural-history-initiative-2/❗UPCOMING DATES:➡️ RomaMoMa ...
26/08/2020

ROMA CULTURAL HISTORY INITIATIVE (RCHI)
https://eriac.org/roma-cultural-history-initiative-2/

❗UPCOMING DATES:

➡️ RomaMoMa blog launch
For updates on #RomaMoMa you can follow ERIAC’s Instagram account: https://www.instagram.com/eriac_official_account/

➡️ Barvalipe Roma Online University 1st lecture "Roma 101: Introduction to Roma Identity, History and Historiography by Dr. Adrian Marsh" on September 1, 2020

➡️ International Conference for Romani Language on October 15, 2020

➡️ Romani A1 level textbook will be published November 30, 2020.

❗PAST ACHIEVEMENTS:

✅ Romani language teachers, translators and interpreters database
https://eriac.org/open-call-romani-language-teachers-translators-interpreters/

✅#RomaRemember campaign
https://eriac.org/romaremember-joint-international-campaign-for-roma-and-sinti-holocaust-remembrance-2020/

✅Webinar: "Commemorating the Victims, Remembering the Heroes"
https://eriac.org/webinar-commemorating-the-victims-remembering-the-heroes/

✅Barvalipe Roma Online University website
https://eriac.org/barvalipe-roma-online-university/

25/08/2020
Introducing the Barvalipe Online Roma University

We are launching the Barvalipe Roma Online University! Bavarlipe Roma Online University is an online educational platform where Roma and non-Roma can access knowledge about the Roma identity(ies), history(ies) and culture(s) through a collection of high-quality lectures delivered by leading Roma scholars on topics ranging from the Roma Holocaust to Roma cultural productions. In partnership with Central European University (CEU), this project is part of ERIAC’s Roma Cultural History Initiative financed by the German Federal Foreign Office (FFO).

The first course of the Barvalipe Roma Online University will launch September 1, 2020. The inaugural course, “Introduction to Roma Cultural History,” begins with the history of Romani arrival in Europe, traces Romani cultural, social, and political presence in Europe and ends with a reflection on the importance of contemporary Romani knowledge production. The course consists of lectures delivered by renowned Roma scholars. Together they comprise a complete curriculum of Roma Cultural History that proposes a canon and acts as a reference for Roma cultural history. Each week starting September 1st we will launch a new lecture that will be live-streamed on Facebook. Following the lecture premiere, we will moderate a discussion with the lecturer and invited guests, in which the audience will be able to ask questions.

Find a list of lectures on our website: https://eriac.org/barvalipe-roma-online-university/

And stay tuned for upcoming events!

The ERIAC Community wishes Happy Birthday to George Soros the philanthropist who listened to the Roma leaders, the Allia...
12/08/2020

The ERIAC Community wishes Happy Birthday to George Soros the philanthropist who listened to the Roma leaders, the Alliance for a European Roma Institute, and supported the founding of our ❤️ERIAC !

"Roma has been the most discriminated against, suppressed minority in Europe and I made it my life's work to help them." -explains Georg Soros in this video: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/voices/roma-europe-and-mission-open-society

02/08/2020

On 2 August 1944, over 4,000 Sinti and Roma were murdered at Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. On this day, we remember them, and the more than 500,000 Roma people who were exterminated during World War II.
It is high time that we are not alone in remembering the Roma Holocaust.
🪔 Join us in commemorating the Roma Holocaust Memorial Day!
#2August #RomaRemember #NaBister #RomaHolocaust #NeverForget

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#RomaRemember: Joint International Campaign for Roma and Sinti Holocaust Remembrance 2020
JOINT STATEMENT on the occasion of 2 August 2020 - International Holocaust Memorial Day for Sinti and Roma

On 2 August 1944, over 4,000 Sinti and Roma were murdered at Auschwitz-Birkenau. During the night they were taken from their barracks to the gas chamber by SS guards. Months earlier they have been successfully resisting for their lives.

We don't forget the bravery of these Sinti and Roma. We remember them, and the more than 500,000 Roma people who were murdered during World War II.

Yet even today, the Roma Holocaust is still largely untold and unknown. Many governments do not officially recognise 2nd of August as the official Roma Holocaust Memorial Day. Today, we call on governments around the world to officially recognize 2nd of August and to commemorate it as the International Roma Holocaust Memorial Day.
Most countries have no dedicated monuments to Romani Holocaust victims. There are few museums, research centres; and sites of the Roma Holocaust remain largely unpreserved. Today, we call on governments around the world to build, honor and preserve monuments and memorial sites dedicated to the Roma victims of the Holocaust.

The lack of recognition of the Roma Holocaust reflects the long-standing discrimination against Roma people. The same mechanisms which led to the extermination of [our ancestors] are still present in the society today. Our people are still subject to hate speech, violence, police brutality, evictions, segregation and wide-spread discrimination. Antigypsyism remains a widely-accepted form of racism. With the growing radicalization and spread of far-right movements, antigypsyism has intensified. Today, we call on governments to officially acknowledge and fight antigypsyism as a specific form of racism targeting Roma communities.

Our history is part of European history, and it deserves to be told. We have contributed to the development of European societies, economies, cultures and values. Our ancestors fought side by side with other soldiers in defense of our nations. We continue to contribute to the economic, social and cultural life of our countries. Yet, our history and culture are absent from educational curricula as if it never existed. Today, we call on governments to fully include Roma history and culture into the educational curricula and textbooks, and to invest into museums, research centres and other institutions dedicated to Roma Holocaust, Roma history and Roma culture.

It is high time that we are not alone in remembering the Roma Holocaust. Join us today to spread this message and to jointly commemorate the Holocaust Memorial Day for Sinti and Roma!

02/08/2020
Zeljko Jovanovic

"When public officials speak on August 2, we need them to speak with urgency, we need them to speak with determination for action so that memorials are built, schools and universities teach, museums present, research institutes document, and media and cinemas broadcast how racism led to the Roma genocide and how it hurts the Roma and Europe today."

Remarks by Open Society Roma Initiatives director and Chairman of the #ERIAC Board, Zeljko Jovanovic, on the occasion of Roma Holocaust Memorial Day

#RomaRemember #2August

(Romanes subtitled in the video)
Every August 2, we commemorate our grandmothers and grandfathers who were exterminated in the gas chambers of Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1944. While we pay respect to the victims, it is almost impossible to say something that has not been said already.

Year after year, we repeat that this tragedy was not an event in the distant past. Year after year, we repeat that it was only the most violent episode in our continuous oppression. And, year after year, we repeat that we still face violent racism in its old and new forms.

Peter Hollenreiner, a Holocaust survivor who we lost this week and who we will remember forever, felt this on his own skin. After the war, he removed the number tattooed on his forearm as a prisoner in Auschwitz. But then, a few years later, he decided to have it tattooed again as a protest against the prisons of racism we are in today.

Beyond the words, what has been done since the previous August 2? What have our states done toward our liberation from the prisons of past and present racism?

Recently, the 47 member states of the Council of Europe agreed that they should take action to include Roma history and the remembrance of the Roma Holocaust in formal and non-formal education. In diplomatic terms, this is a big achievement. If we look at it from a historical perspective, though, might this be too slow and too late? Will it take another few decades for children, youth and the general population to start properly learning how racism led to the Roma genocide and how it shapes the Roma experience today? For how long will they grow up in the ignorance and prejudice that reinforces anti-Roma racism and supports far-right politics?

As long as politicians lack the moral courage to lift up this issue, above crude electoral calculation, the far right will continue to grow. The growth of far-right extremism and terrorism in Germany, Hungary, Italy and other countries is a clear sign that the poison of Europe’s genocidal past has not been eradicated from the politics that determines Europe’s future. This is not only a danger for Roma. It is a danger for all who believe that democracy, the rule of law and human rights are at the core of European values. We know where it will lead if Europeans give up on these values—to the destruction of Europe.

When public officials speak on August 2, therefore, we need them to speak with
for action so that memorials are built, schools and universities teach, museums present, research institutes document, and media and cinemas broadcast how racism led to the Roma genocide and how it hurts the Roma and Europe today. Only then will we know that the Roma lives lost in Auschwitz really matter and that remembrance has made us better as a people, collectively responsible for those living and those yet unborn.

On the occasion of the commemoration of the International Roma Holocaust Memorial Day and as part of the RomaRemember: I...
02/08/2020

On the occasion of the commemoration of the International Roma Holocaust Memorial Day and as part of the RomaRemember: International Campaign for Roma Holocaust 2020, we are calling on governments and the international community to:
❗️Recognize formally the 2nd August as the official Holocaust Memorial Day for Sinti and Roma;
❗️Build, honor and preserve monuments and memorial sites dedicated to the Sinti and Roma victims of the Holocaust;
❗️Invest into museums, research centers and other institutions dedicated to Roma Holocaust, Roma History and Roma Culture;
❗️Make Roma history and culture part of educational curricula and textbook;
❗️Acknowledge antigypsyism as a specific form of racism targeting Roma communities and adapt diverse preventive and reactive tools to fight it.

#2August #RomaRemember #NaBister #RomaHolocaust #NeverForget

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